Bradbury building is the most impressive Victorian building remaining in L.A. Determined to build a lasting monument as his ... More
Bradbury building is the most impressive Victorian building remaining in L.A. Determined to build a lasting monument as his final real estate development, millionaire Lewis Bradbury rejected conventional designs and urged draftsman George Wyman to give the building a more futuristic twist. Wyman initially turned down the offer as unprofessional, but was supposedly persuaded to change his mind after communicating with his deceased brother using a Ouija board. He ultimately created a masterpiece of oak paneling, tiled stairs, wrought-iron railings, open-cage elevators and a glass roof, which illuminates all.
These twin knife edged towers form one of the downtown landmarks close to the Bank of America building. The towers
are made of polished brown granite and have tinted glass windows. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill designed these towers in ...
With a daily circulation of more than one million readers, the Los Angeles Times is by far the most popular
newspaper in the Southland. Situated on the outskirts of downtown, the publication's headquarters is a massive building that was ...
These caves, located in Griffith Park, are the result of an old quarry dug in 1903 by the Union Rock
Company in order to mine materials to use in building the surrounding streets. After the quarry closed in the ...
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